Analysis/Pembrokeshire

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This page is an experimental page to develop a template for generalisable analytical pages at county level for the historical counties of England and Wales, 1530-1680

Admin

Borough

Cantref

Commote

Cwmwd

County (historical)

Deanery

Q: Is a Deanery an administrative unit (eccleiastical), or a settlement (ecclesiastical)? -- Colin (talk) 11:55, 14 March 2021 (UTC) A: Administrative. Stephen Gadd (talk) 06:05, 15 March 2021 (UTC)

Diocese

Hundred [England only?]

Q: Did Wales, 1530-1680 have cantrefs, commotes and hundreds in different parts of the nation? -- Colin (talk) 09:54, 15 March 2021 (UTC)

Lordship

Parish (historical)

Shire

Wapentake [England only]


Commerce

Fairs

Markets


Defence

Beacon

Castle

Gate

Walls

Dike

Use tag defence-dike for ditches which perform a defensive, not a defensive, function

See: Sylvia Fowles Slack comment "RE defence:dikes.... in the Gwent levels there are reens which Leland calls dikes which are drainage ditches. Not a natural landscape feature but related to land use."

Hillfort

Moat


Farming/Husbandry

Animals

Q. Would it be useful to use wiki heading levels to subcategorise, like this? Stephen Gadd (talk) 06:15, 15 March 2021 (UTC) Q. Multiple Wikidata categories could then be added to any level of the hierarchy, and extracted programatically as long as the bullet point is reserved for this purpose.

Cattle

male
female

Geese

Animals: Cattle

Animals: Geese

Animals: Goats

Animals: Horses

Animals: Pigs

Animals: Sheep

Animals: Warren

Rabbit warren

Crops: Barley

"Barly corne" (Leland Wales, p.63) -- Colin (talk) 09:54, 15 March 2021 (UTC)

Crops: Corn

Is corn identical with barley corn?

Crops: Fallow

Crops: Oats

Crops: Peas

Crops: Rye

Crops: Wheat

Crops: Meadow

Note: absence of a crop

Note: barren


Hunting

Chase

Forest

Park: Deer

Park: No deer


Industry

Energy: Peatcutting

Manufacture: Cloth

Manufacture===Foundry

Manufacture: Furnace

Manufacture: Salt

Mining: Alum

Mining: Coal

  • Seacoal

Mining: Copper

Mining: Gold

Mining: Iron

Mining: Lead

Mining: Silver

Mining: Tin

Processing: Fulling mill

Processing: Gristmill

Processing: Limekiln

Processing: Watermill

Processing: Weaving

Processing: Windmill

Quarry: Slate

Quarry: Stone


Infrastructure

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Bridge

Ditch: Drainage

Use tag infrastructure-ditch-drainage for ditches which perform a drainage, not a defensive, function -- Colin (talk) 09:54, 15 March 2021 (UTC)

See: Sylvia Fowles Slack comment "RE defence:dikes.... in the Gwent levels there are reens which Leland calls dikes which are drainage ditches. Not a natural landscape feature but related to land use."

Ferry

Ford

Highway

Quay/Wharf


Landscape

Bog

Creek

Estuary

  • How handle river mouth?

Hill

Island

Lake

Marsh

Mountain

River

River: Mouth

River: Brook

David Elis-Williams Slack comment, March 14th, 2021: "Rille should be under landscape as a small river. He also refers to Brook (intermediate between rill and river?)"

Include "little ryveret" (Leland Wales, p.63) -- Colin (talk) 09:54, 15 March 2021 (UTC)

River: Rill

David Elis-Williams Slack comment, March 14th, 2021: "Rille should be under landscape as a small river. He also refers to Brook (intermediate between rill and river?)"

Soil

Valley

Well

Wood: Coppicing

Wood: Oak

Wood: Pollarding

Wood: Unclassified


Manorial

Manorial: Manorial court

Manorial: Manor house=


Religion

Abbey

Cathedral

Chapel

  • Not a chapel of ease

Chapel of ease

  • A chapel of ease has a specific function (mourning someone)

Church

Church collegiate

  • A church where church sets up a college of prebands (prebenday church) - over masterery of several other churches

Deanery

Q: Is a Deanery an administrative unit (eccleiastical), or a settlement (ecclesiastical)? -- Colin (talk) 11:55, 14 March 2021 (UTC)

Friary

Monastery

Nunnery

Parsonage

Priory

Rectory


Settlement

City

Hamlet

  • Includes a collection of houses

Haven

Isn't this infrastructure, albeit natural? Stephen Gadd (talk) 06:07, 15 March 2021 (UTC)

I guess it depends on whether haven refers to a bay or to the port infrastructure? -- Colin (talk) 09:54, 15 March 2021 (UTC)

House

Port

Suburb

Town

Town: Walled

Q: Should this come under the category "Defence", rather than "Settlement" -- Colin (talk) 19:28, 14 March 2021 (UTC) A: I think the town and the walls probably need separate tags, one settlement and one defence. Stephen Gadd (talk) 06:08, 15 March 2021 (UTC)

Village


Shoreline

Cliffs

Q: Does this include headlands, or should that be another catergory? Do we have examples in Leland-Wales of "headlands"? -- Colin (talk) 11:55, 14 March 2021 (UTC)

Pebbles

Rocky

Sandy


Unclassified


FOR DISCUSSION: Possible tags

Admin: Lordship

[User:TamsinBraisher|Tamsin Braisher]] Slack comment, March 14th 2021: "Also a relationship question (because of thinking about manors & parishes lately) - Leland talks a LOT about lordships, much more than about specific Lords. E.g. “Dolveron Castle ruins in the lordshipe of Kidowen”. He also talks about places being in particular parishes. Are we looking to capture these place/lordship/parish relationships anywhere?"

Religion: Chantry: Impropriated

[User:SylviaFowles|Sylvia Fowles]] Slack comment, March 14th 2021: "Do we need to make a distinction at this level as to which were alien priories or do so in the individual priory notes? Where should we mention impropriated churches? Although I don't think Leland mentions this it is important for parish income before and after the dissolution."

Rille

  • small stream; (rill, brook, stream, rillette)

Walled town

  • Should we be tagging sea?
  • Prison?
  • Dam?
  • Promontory (?Headland?)